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Reposted from a year ago… Lots of new members since then
Like many of us, the older I have become, the more my collection of “all things femme” has grown, (in my case to a complete femme wardrobe**) and of course the closer I get to, (one day in the dim future I sincerely hope…), that “big makeover in the sky”.
I’m old enough and worked hard enough for most of the above to be high end. EG Lingerie. many bras and panty sets are Simone Perele or Wacoal, some of the sleepwear is pure silk and the daily outer wear mostly by http://www.fellhamilton.com.au
Any perusal of my (later) public photos on this site will readily see where I’m coming from.
This got me thinking about where all of Caty’s things will end up and I thought it would be most appropriate if, instead of a charity shop or perhaps even the bin, it would be much nicer if as much of it as possible, ended up with a deserving CD or Transwoman.
So I contacted our local “Pride Centre” and they have recommended two organizations as follows.
Another obvious destination is the local CD group, but efforts to donate “items” there in the past, have been to no avail. Others in other parts of the world may, (hopefully) be different.
Now I dont plan on making it a formal bequest in my will. I’m just going to leave notes in various places, eg my lingerie drawers here at home and the dress rack in my storage unit. With the message that I would appreciate those I’ve left behind, abiding by the instructions contained in the note.
What do other plan do in this regard??.
Gotta be similar organisations to the above in most parts of the world.
Happy (long term!!??) dressing
** Disclaimer… I dont wear women’s pants, dresses and skirts for me thank you very much.
Also rather unsure about where my “Lady Catherine” and “Scarlett O Caty” gowns will end up. Cant see any one wearing those “to the office” (LOL)
I’m also unsure where my 3 sets of upscale breast forms and good wigs will end up. Sadly I expect the former will be binned and the latter, (if they are lucky) at a charity shop.
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